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From various articles I have read, including moneyweek this week, sugar is currently a good bet. Appararently it is 85% below its historical high and rising. It has risen before, between 1966 and November 1974, sugar climbed, from 1.4 cents to 66.5 cents, and I think it might happen once more.

Anyway, I'd like to get some exposure to the commodity, without spread betting on pretty volatile prices, so does anyone know of any sugar producers, preferably listed on the LSE or NYSE which I could invest in?

Does anyone else here own shares in sugar plantations?

Or for that matter, does anyone else know why sugar won't make money?

Apologies if already discussed, but I couldn't find any topic when searching for "sugar".

Thanks in advance,

Adam

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I suppose sugar may rise if it becomes used more and more to make alcohol based alternative fuels.

Sugar in your tank may not be quite as damaging as once thought...

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I suppose sugar may rise if it becomes used more and more to make alcohol based alternative fuels.

Sugar in your tank may not be quite as damaging as once thought...

The Brazilians run something like 20% (memory very rusty) of their cars on alcohol produced from sugar cane.

It could be a real growth area in the future. Got me thinking OP, thanks.

NDL

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